Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Education Science and Economic Development (ICESED 2019)

The impact of the lower limit interaction in the social influence on the doctors' operational skills efficiency

Authors
Xiankun Wang, Xiaoyan Cao, Yan Kang
Corresponding Author
Xiaoyan Cao
Available Online January 2020.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icesed-19.2020.68How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Social influence Lower limit interaction Doctor operational skills’ efficiency.
Abstract
Purpose To explore the impact of the lower limit interaction in the social influence on the doctors' operational skill efficiency. Methods Thirty-two standardized-trained-graduates were assigned randomly to two groups: one with operating debridement and the other with dressing care of wood after hip replacement surgery, assessed by orthopedic specialist professor, physician, graduated student separately. In the same way, Thirty-two interns were also assigned randomly to two groups: one with operating dressing care of wood after arthroscopic meniscal repair surgery and the other with dressing care of wood after hip replacement surgery, as well as assessed by orthopedic specialist professor, physician, graduated student separately. Results Standardized-trained-graduates from group of operates debridement when at present at orthopedic specialist professor performed worse than when at present of a physician (p = 0.0014 < 0.05). Standardized-trained-graduates group who operated debridement performed worse when at present in a physician than that when at present in graduated students (p < 0.01). Standardized-trained-graduates group who operated dressing care of wood for hip replacement surgery performed better when at present at orthopedic specialist professor than that when at present at physicians (p < 0.01). Intern group which operates dressing care of wood after hip replacement surgery at present at orthopedic specialist professor works worse than that at present of a physician (p < 0.01). While at present in a physician, intern group that operated dressing care of wood for hip replacement surgery performed worse than that while at present at graduated students (p < 0.01). At the mean time, intern group that operated dressing care of wood after arthroscopic meniscal repair surgery performed better when at present at orthopedic specialist professor, as compared with that when at present in a physician (p < 0.01). Conclusions Standardized-trained-graduates and interns at the present in the senior doctors as they operate projects, the more difficult to carry out the projects they operate, the poorer performance they will make; the easier to carry out the projects they operate, the better performance they will make. So, we think Lower limit interaction exists on this situation. We can utilize it in the proper time.
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